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eCamino Mobile Application

A mobile APP for popular platforms

El Camino is a well known pilgrim route that leads to Santiago de Compostela (Spain) and beyond. You may read well edited preparation tips, pilgrim stories, spirtual guidance and browse among 1200+ POIs. Our application supports offline navigation on detailed maps and brings all the useful information which is needed by a pilgrim on the Camino. Our app is based on the famous book of John Brierley, which splits the Camino onto 33 stages.

What is Camino?

During the past years the Camino has witnessed an amazing revival to regain its place as the most popular pilgrim route in the world – but this is no modern fad for this ancient path has been transforming lives for more than ten centuries.

John Brierley

john-brierleyJohn Brierley is the author of the famous A Pilgrim’s guide to the Camino the Santiago book. In the last decades thousands of pilgrims used this paper based guide book finding the inner route and the track to Santiago. John Brierley’s contribution to the development was really special, since he put all his experience, passion and knowledge to this project to have a perfect smartphone app for Camino pilgrims.

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The APP offers an in-app purchase. You should purchase the “Pilgrim’s Guide” to use the Navigation and Camino diary functions. Downloading the free version you will have access to pilgrim stories, preparation and “on the way” tips as well as Camino introduction. For more on mobile apps click and discover the general features. We will be happy to get your feedback: feedback@ecamino.eu

Nice new design and useful functions. My favorite app so far.

Philip C.

“Best pilgrim support application that a pilgrim can get for the journey through the Spanish countryside!”

Lazarevic Stefan

“It was really nice that my family could follow my way on the way. I recommend it to everyone who is planning to walk the Camino de Santiago.”

Isa Jansens

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